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Business, Accounting & Vocational: Textbooks & Study Guides
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Financial Times Prentice Hall
Table Of Contents
PART 1: Corporate Governance, The Role of the Auditors and the Legal Context Chapter 1: The Development of Corporate Governance Chapter 2: The Role of the AuditorsChapter 3: The Legal Context PART 2: The role of the organisation and the Psychology of FraudChapter 4: The Role of the OrganisationChapter 5: The Psychology of FraudPart 3: Fraud Risk Management Chapter 6: Defining and identifying fraudChapter 7: Fraud Risk ManagementChapter 8: Internal Control Chapter 9: Risk Management and IT systemsPart 4: Carrying out a fraud investigationChapter 10: The approach to investigation Chapter 11: Investigating frauds against the organisationChapter 12: Management FraudChapter 13: The use of IT in fraud investigationPart 5: Non Fraud Work Chapter 14: Valuation of business and marital assetsChapter 15: ClaimsChapter 16: The forensic accountant as expert witness
John Taylor is a senior lecturer in Accounting and Auditing at Leeds Metropolitan University but prior to that spent many years as a professional accountant in the audit profession and as the financial director of a company in the clothing industry.